Ruth Langsford shows off gorgeous Christmas decorations and reveals she will have three trees inside Surrey home

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Ruth Langsford has joined the likes of Rochelle Humes and Kate Ferdinand by showing off her gorgeous Christmas decorations at home.

The This Morning presenter, 60, lives in a gorgeous Surrey home with her co-host and husband Eamonn Holmes, also 60.

And the couple have wasted no time in getting into the festive season as Ruth took to social media to show off her decorations.

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Ruth even teased that her Christmas tree isn’t the only one in the house, revealing that she and Eamonn will actually have three!

Showing off the gorgeous red and gold tree, Ruth panned up and down as she unveiled the jaw-dropping baubles, which included acorns and glittering gold decorations.

She wrote alongside the clip: “Tree’s up!! One of three actually!

“Spent all day yesterday doing them and added finishing touches today…..feeling in the Christmas mood now!”

It comes amid apparent turmoil on the set of This Morning after reports that Ruth and Eamonn are set to be replaced by Alison Hammond.

Ruth and Eamonn currently present Fridays on This Morning, while Holly Willoughby, 39, and Phillip Schofield, 58, take the reins Monday to Thursday.

“Ruth and Eamonn are absolutely devastated,” a new magazine insider claimed.

“They’ve heard rumblings about this for a long time. Eamonn in particular thought this was going to happen, so it wasn’t a shock.

“There’s been no confirmation of the changes, so Ruth and Eamonn are both holding on to the hope that they could win back their slot.

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“They hope the public outcry will change the bosses’ minds, or that they could do a Monday show or the Wednesday and then Alison and Dermot could do the Friday.”

The devastated duo are hopeful the decision to axe them will be reversed.

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